Dating psychiatric patients
The patient saw Fleury for help with her medications, which had been prescribed to her by another physician and which Patient A believed were not effective. Fleury took the patient’s psychiatric history, diagnosed her with moderate depression and managed her prescription medications.
Patient A saw Fleury on five occasions in 2012, between Feb. Fleury described his treatment of Patient A to the medical board as “psycho-pharmacology.” He denies providing her with any, as he characterizes it, “insight-psychotherapy.” Before Fleury began treating the patient, she had divorced her husband, but during the entire time that Fleury was treating Patient A, she was experiencing significant discord with her ex-spouse over custody and support issues involving her two children, the consent order states.
But after moving her into his house on October 11, he ended the relationship in January when it became “difficult”.“You must have known that Client A's vulnerability did not cease on her discharge from mental health services,” said Ms Castledine addressing Bryant who appeared grave as the results were read.“Moreover the panel considered that the remorse that you have demonstrated appears to have related to the negative consequences for yourself and for Client A for going through the regulatory process and the negative attention this has drawn.”Condemning Bryant's behaviour as “serious” and an “abuse of the special position of trust that you held as a mental health nurse” she ordered that Bryant's name be struck-off the register.PINEHURST — A psychologist (sic) who practices in Richmond and Moore counties has agreed to a 90-day suspension of his license and will pay a ,000 fine after dating a woman he had previously treated for depression. 1 to March 1, according to a consent order between Fluery and the North Carolina Medical Board. Fleury of Carolina Behavioral Care in Pinehurst will have his license to practice medicine suspended from Dec.The father-of-two counselled her in one-to-one sessions and began the liaison after meeting her in a bar following her discharge from the ward, the Nursing and Midwifery Council heard.
The self-harming teenager had a “fixation” with male staff and was at risk of sexual exploitation.Dear Nancy, I work with an APN who specializes in psychiatric nursing and adult nursing. Recently, he took a female client as a date to a co-worker’s wedding.